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Snakeskin Ballet Flats - What Would You Pay?

February 21, 2008 by Bryn
shefinds | Style

I admit, as a self-proclaimed shoe fiend, I tend to spend a bit too much on designer shoes, only to have them linger in my closet longing to be worn. But sometimes a certain shoe comes along that I can't help but snatch up – if the price is right, of course. But how much is too much? The shoe above is a classic ballet flat done up in gorgeous Italian embossed snakeskin leather. You might know the designer more for her diffusion line of feminine frocks and vintagey separates, but these flats are a part of her main collection. So with that said, how much would you shell out to own a pair for yourself? Click on the image to see how much these shoes are actually going for.

 

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